The cricket season finally reached some closure on Saturday night with the hosting of the Presentation Night for the Kiama Cricket Club, held at the Kiama Golf Club. The evening proved to be a landmark for the Club's Captain/Coach Matt Meurant, and newly (officially) inducted Life Members, Ross Wolf and Wayne Richardson.
Matt scooped the pool
claiming the four biggest awards on offer - the 1st Grade Batting and
Bowling Average Perpetual trophies, the John Watts Medal for 1st Grade
Cricketer Of The Year and the Stuart Holmes Memorial Cricketer Of The
Year. In a season where he finished with 708 runs at an average of
78.67, and 29 wickets at an average of 11.21, it was hardly surprising
that Matt went home with his trophies in the back of a semi-trailer.
the unluckiest cricketer in this respect was Dale Scifleet. In any
other season, his 473 runs at 43.00 and 42 wickets at 12.88 would have
meant that it was his name on all of the above trophies. Dale actually
became only the third Kiama cricketer to do the 400 run / 40 wicket
double in a season in 1st Grade, following in the footsteps of Ken and
Trevor McDonald, who both performed the feat twice. In the end he had to
settle for the 1st Grade Bowling Aggregate, as well as sharing the Bill
Leyshon Fielding Award for most catches in the season.
highlighting the evening was the presentation of Life Membership to two
of the Club's finest servants, Ross Wolf and Wayne Richardson. Their
efforts, not only in the past 6 years as head of the Club's Executive
Board, but in years past in a number of positions, have put the Club
where it is today, and their awards are fully deserved. The job for the
Club now is to replace them, as they are both retiring from their
positions at the coming Annual General Meeting.
The Club also
took time to remember Athol Noble, and his wonderful service to cricket
in our District. Athol passed away in February and will be sadly missed
by everyone in our Association.
The full list of award winners is as follows:
4th Grade Batting Average & Aggregate: Randall McGregor 329 runs at 32.90
4th Grade Bowling Average & Aggregate: Dave Creighton 31 wickets at 12.97
4th Grade Captains Award: Ben Runge.
3rd Grade Batting Average: Gary Koks 232 runs at 46.40.
3rd Grade Batting Aggregate: Luke Bombaci 397 runs at 30.54.
3rd Grade Bowling Average: Rob Wakeham 20 wickets at 12.20
3rd Grade Bowling Aggregate: Luke Bombaci 32 wickets at 13.00.
3rd Grade Captains Award: Tim Rossiter
2nd Grade Batting Average & Aggregate: Steve Holz 276 runs at 39.43
2nd Grade Bowling Average: Steve Holz 23 wickets at 15.35
2nd Grade Bowling Aggregate: Daniel Reilly 24 wickets at 20.46
2nd Grade Captains Award: Daniel Reilly
1st Grade Batting Average & Aggregate: Matt Meurant 703 runs at 87.88
1st Grade Bowling Average: Matt Meurant 27 wickets at 11.15
1st Grade Bowling Aggregate: Dale Scifleet 38 wickets at 12.61
1st Grade Captains Award: Nick Hartgerink
Life Members Induction: Ross Wolf & Wayne Richardson
Goose Of The Year: Jaya Hartgerink & Luke Bombaci
Duck Award: Xavier Mayes (6)
Centuries Award: Matt Meurant, Dale Scifleet & Matt Unicomb.
Best Bowling Award: Luke Bombaci & Glenn Cleary (7 wickets in an innings)
Under 21 Player Of The Year: Matt Unicomb
Bill Leyshon Fielding Award: Dale Scifleet & Tim Wolf
President's Award: Paul Sheehy
Harold Lyons Trophy for 1st Grade Batsman of the Year: Matt Meurant
Harry Brown Trophy for 1st Grade Bowler of the Year: Matt Meurant
John Watts Medal for 1st Grade Cricketer Of The Year: Matt Meurant
Stuart Holmes Memorial Cricketer Of The Year: Matt Meurant
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